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Call for Submissions:
The Cormac McCarthy Journal Online is a peer reviewed on-line journal,
modified or updated as events warrant. The Journal Online welcomes
article-length manuscripts (not to exceed 25 typewritten double-spaced
pages) or notes (not to exceed 500 words in length) on themes and issues
pertinent to the writings and literary environment of Cormac McCarthy.
Submissions must adhere to accepted rules of scholarship and be in current
MLA format. Please submit the article on one 3-1/2" high density floppy
disk (WordPerfect or .txt file preferred) plus three hard copies. Include
both an SASE and a stamped, addressed return postcard to confirm receipt of
We are in the process of mailing the Spring/Summer 1999 issue of the
International Review of Modernism to subscribers and contributors and we are
assigning reviews for the next two issues (3.1 [Nov., 1999] and 3.2 [April,
2000]). We would like to hear from qualified reviewers in all disciplines. If
you have already sent us vitas or summaries of your interests, you do not need
to do so again, but please keep us informed of changes in e-mail and other
addresses. For fullest information, it is best to visit our web-site (please
note the new web-address below). Here you will find the table of contents of
all of the issues, the guidelines for contributors, and subscription
information and forms.
I will be editing the H.G. Wells Society journal, THE WELLSIAN, from
Winter 1998 and would welcome any contributions which deal with Wells's
life and work. Those interested in receiving information about the H.G.
Wells Society can also contact me.
John S. Partington,
THE WELLSIAN: The Journal
of the H.G. Wells Society,
Department of English,
University of Reading,
Berkshire, RG6 6AA,
(Submissions to THE
WELLSIAN should be sent to
the address above. Please
include a copy on disk and
work to MLA style if
CALL FOR PAPERS:
PRECURSORS AND AFTERMATHS: Literatures in English, 1914-1945.
an electronic quarterly on the art of Gertrude Stein
invites submissions, both critical and creative, in written, visual, and
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Descanso Literary Journal is now accepting submissions for upcoming
issues- The American Road, Icons & Iconography.
Descanso's goal is to give voice to up and coming writers and artists on
a variety of topics prevalent in American society.
Descanso accepts short fiction, poetry, one act plays, essays, painting,
photography & sculpture.
For submission guidelines or a copy of our premiere issue - SEX (for
only $7.00), write to:
Descanso Literary Journal
PO Box 20066
Seattle, WA 98102
or email: goyozura_at_earthlink.net
Call for contributions:
THE ROBICHEAUX REPORT
A James Lee Burke Newsletter
(check the Call at http://www.db.dk/dbaa/jbs/jlb/rr/cfp.htm - available from
For a planned electronic newsletter on mystery author James Lee Burke I am
looking for contributions. I would like to print article and longer reviews,
but the newsletter will also contain a variety of other types of material.
Please let me know if you like to contribute - perhaps you already have
written something or you would like to. Please email me at jbs_at_db.dk.
_Jouvert: a journal of postcolonial studies_seeks submissions for
forthcoming issues. Jouvert, a refereed, multi-disciplinary journal
published tri-annually on the World Wide Web, offers an international
forum for the interrogation of textual, cultural and political
postcolonialisms. We encourage a wide variety of critical perspectives,
disciplinary approaches and scholarly methods that question the
assumptions, possibilities and limits of the postcolonial.
Postcolonialism is a conflicted ground--historically, culturally,
politically and theoretically. As such, we are especially interested in
innovative scholarship examining these conflicts, be it through the study
The _International Review of Modernism_ is a new review-journal that will
publish short articles, reviews, and extended review-essays on new
scholarly and critical books on European modernist literature and culture
situated in historical and national contexts. The coverage will be broad
both temporally (from decadence and fin-de-siecle to the start of the
second World War) and spatially (from Great Britain to Russia). We are
interested in all of the many contending movements in literature and the
other arts (post-impressionism, decadence, favism, cubism, imagism,
vorticism, futurism, dadaism, surrealism, expressionism, etc.).